From host to "guest whisperer": this is the philosophy of the Neudegger Family at Hotel Nesslerhof in the heart of the Großarl-Dorfgastein linked ski area. Experience genuine hospitality and wonderfully spacious interiors at this design hotel. Sixty-two rooms combine cosiness with Alpine charm: wood from local forests, loden, leather and breathtaking views of the Salzburg mountains create a welcoming and homey atmosphere. Amidst great excitement, Hotel Nesslerhof opened its "Zwangzigsechzehn" extension at the start of the 2016 winter season. The new build has even more room for exceptional holiday experiences with its pool and sauna facilities, quiet rooms and gyms. The 805 m² "Wasserwelt" ("waterworld") has an indoor pool with panoramic view, an outdoor pool, a salt water outdoor pool and a natural swimming pond. Six different quiet rooms offer plenty of space for all guests. You can also enjoy your very own exclusive, personal culinary delights in the restaurant with niches and window seats. Situated just a few metres from the Hochbrandbahn lift valley station, the design hotel is the perfect starting point for great sporting experiences in the Großarltal ski resort and hiking region.
Located on the very top floor, the 66 sqm Suite Liebelei has lots of space for unforgettable holiday experiences. With a bedroom, a living area with a fireplace and an open bathroom with rain shower, bathtub and infrared/sauna cabin, the suite can accommodate four people. The highlight is the 22 sqm south-facing loggia with breathtaking views of the Großarl mountains.
RELAXATION PARADISE IN THE HEART OF THE MOUNTAINS
Around just 70 kilometres from Mozart’s birthplace of Salzburg lies the valley of Großarltal in the district of Pongau. Home to the municipalities of Großarl and Hüttenschlag, the valley is one of the longest in Hohe Tauern National Park. It is situated at the national park’s very heart with the High Tauern and Lower Tauern mountains rising up on either side. Part of the Ski Amadé ski region, the resort of Großarltal-Dorfgastein has 73 kilometres of pistes and state-of-the-art lifts for the ultimate skiing experience. And that’s not all: leave the pistes for great cross-country skiing, winter hikes and sledging. During the summer months, guests can explore around 400 km of signposted hiking trails.